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Florida State College for Women
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florida state university
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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Florida State University Libraries
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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Florida State University Libraries
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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Florida State University Libraries
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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Florida State University Libraries
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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Florida State University Libraries
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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Florida State University Libraries
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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Florida State University Libraries
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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The Florida Flambeau began as an administration approved student run newspaper at the Florida State College for Women in 1915 and continued through the transition to Florida State University in 1947. In 1972 the newspaper moved off campus, independent from the University, and under the governance of the Florida Flambeau Foundation where it prospered for the next twenty years as a campus/community newspaper. In 1992 students who were unhappy with the philosophical direction that the Flambeau was...
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